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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by ChicagoJ, Jul 9, 2020.
Having some double dry hopped action over here BAs!
This kind of describes my wife’s week at work dealing with a new boss for the first time in 33 years
My week was like
We both need to retire soon
Hot damn I hope so!
When I was young, I would watch movies and tv non-stop. My mom always told me I was rotting my brain.
Fast forward and I end up working in the industry, so jokes on her I hope I was correct in this instance.
Dinner prep underway
Brother in law in Pennsylvania has tats from neck down to his toes. Even participated in tat competition. His are old school. Got them before coloring was much used.
Logboat Snapper IPA
Sounds great! Love your food posts.
Pretty tasty brew.
Eric's Ex-wife Odd13 Brewing
Mountain Climbing (Bestway Pressing) (Unipak Sleeve) (Sterling) (LH Mastered) 1970 Windfall Records VG++
Return To Forever Featuring Chick Corea Where Have I Known You Before (Terra Haute) 1974 Polydor Records VG++
Timber Ales Fallen Between the Lines
I'm with you!
Beer and baking
White Elm PB Mood Imperial Milk Stout, 8% ABV. Pours thick and black, with a two finger light brown head that left no lacing. Nose is strong peanut butter and slighter chocolate. Taste follows plus lactose, slightly sweet, almost no bitterness. Excellent mouthfeel, overall world-class. Can't wait for a BA version.
4.46/5 rDev -2.8%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5
Second day of jury duty, and I'm batting zero on being picked for a jury.
We have the "World's Largest Honky Tonk" over in Ft. Worth but you can't go there.
Been there many times myself. Watching the Bull Riders before the concert is a hoot. About 5 or six riders compete so it's short but effective.
I am drinking Hyper Haze IPA from Market Garden out of The 'land OH!
One more while the burgers are on the grill.
Shredded chicken tacos are on the menu tonight ...
Creature Comforts Tropicalia
Well one of my friends finally hit me up, and we are going to play some Titanfall 2 and chat over discord. At least I can finish out the day on a high note.
Old Nation Boss Tweed. Insane NEDIPA as always. Aromas and flavors of huge tangerine, orange juice, grapefruit, lemon, peach, apricot, pineapple, passion fruit, papaya, mango, melon, guava, berries, citrus peel/zest, and light pepper/pine hops; with moderate wheat, biscuit dough, light honeyed malt balance; and herbal, floral, grassy hop earthiness. Very mild pine, zesty, herbal, floral, grassy, spicy bitterness on the finish. Medium-full bodied creamy, bready, grainy wheat/oats in the mouthfeel. Slight hop stickiness, with a touch of increasing lingering bitter dryness. Zero hop astringency. Dangerously drinkable for 9.3%, minimal warming ABV. One of the absolute best in the style I've had, smoothness is unmatched. Pure citrus/tropical fruit juice hop flavors, with a touch of dankness. Never overly sweet/heavy feeling on malts for the ABV; perfectly balanced. Super soft mouthfeel. Old Nation definitely has the best MI NEIPAs. These hold up extremely well over a few months. I prefer them with a bit of time actually, because they get even smoother/silkier.
happy little Friday
From Ale Asylum. I'll give it only two and a half out of five stars, but I like the message.
Somebody say f*ck it?
...and away we go...
Amber waves of grain ...
Wife wanted some wine for her birthday so....
Wine is from Cooper’s Hawk.
Hey @scream there are a few reds mixed in.
I like the sentiment in your tag - Do good. Be well - more people need to heed that advice. Cheers sir Saberg!
Alarmist DDH Sabro Jus
First, Happy Birthday @superspak!
Long day, just in, wanted to relax the right way with Haze, one of my favorites from Tree House in that friendly purple can.
Hendrix and Haze, two of the greats. Stay Safe, Enjoy the Music, and Sláinte!
It's hard to get a good taco picture but damn if you didn't succeed - those look great!
The post about Sloop's rapid growth made me want to buy this today.
Quite a dry, bitter and somewhat dank and resinous IPA with a rather complex array of citrus, berry and lighter tropical notes, with the Nelson Sauvin and Simcoe shining through particularly here.
I’ve got a lot of work to do but figured I’d sneak one in.
Ah the simpler times...when my Baptist was only aged with 3 extra ingredients....This is still very tasty to
Brant kills it on drums this entire album...we even get some cowbell
Swimming Jeans Voodoo Brewery
Happy Birthday my friend
Damn! I have not that one in awhile. Got it on draft a number of times when visiting OBX, NC . Outstanding beer.